Stratton Mountain's environmental initiatives
were recognized again this year with the prestigious Silver Eagle Award
presented by Mountain Sports Media, publishers of SKI and SKIING
The Awards were established in 1993 to recognize and encourage
environmental achievements. A record of 32 resorts participated in the
2004 Golden Eagle Awards. The entries were judged by a panel of
environmental and industry experts.
Stratton earned the 2004 Silver Eagle Award, its fourth since 1996, for
Stratton Mountain's environmental initiatives
The Department of Employment and Training announced Thursday a seasonally adjusted unemployment rate of 3.5 percent for Vermont in May. The rate was unchanged from the April estimate, which was revised down one tenth of a percentage point. The national unemployment rate in May held steady at 5.6 percent.
Unemployment rates for Vermonts 13 labor market areas ranged from 1.7 percent in Hartford, to 5.0 percent in Newport. Labor market area rates are not seasonally adjusted; for comparison, the unadjusted rate for Vermont was 3.2 percent.
The Vermont State Treasurers Office has unveiled an initiative to invest a significant portion of Vermonts short-term cash in Vermont Banks. Currently, such funds are invested primarily in government agency securities, high quality corporate commercial paper, and money market accounts at large financial institutions. The new Treasurers Bank in Vermont Program is consistent with an ongoing effort by State Treasurer Jeb Spaulding to support Vermont-based financial institutions when acceptable rates of return can be achieved.
Vermont Toner Recharge is pleased to announce their relocation to 400 Avenue D, Suite 30, Williston, Vermont 05495. All contact information including phone and FAX numbers remain the same.
The new location accommodates the continued growth of the company due to expanded product offerings.
A 14 year old Vermont based corporation, Vermont Toner Recharge remanufactures toner cartridges for laser printers, FAX, and copier machines and offers free delivery on both new and remanufactured product. Contact Vermont Toner Recharge at 864-7637 or vermonttonerrecharge.com.
Want to learn to write competitive grant proposals? From planning programs to researching funding sources to proposal writing, a five-day personalized and interactive program at Champlain College will take participants step-by-step through all stages of effective grant writing.
Mark Dowling, co-owner of Creative Habitat at Ben Franklin, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Sierra Pacific Crafts (SPC) in Woodburn, Oregon. Dowlings appointment is the first Board appointment of any store owner east of the Mississippi.
Im extremely proud of my brother, co-owner Michael Dowling stated, Mark has worked very hard with the Sierra Pacific Crafts people to become an integral and important part of SPC. This is good for Mark, and great for Creative Habitat and its customers.
Toby Dusha recently joined Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission as an Emergency Management Planner in support of the Federal Homeland Security initiative.
He will be developing a comprehensive Emergency Management Plan and large-scale training exercise for all Chittenden County emergency response agencies.
Dusha brings with him over 25 years experience in Public Safety including Emergency Management Director,
9-1-1 Coordinator, and Emergency Services Communications Center Director for Washington County New York.
2456 Christian Street
White River Junction, Vermont 05001
RELEASE: June 7, 2004
Contact: Dianne Kenney 802-280-3061
White River Junction, VT. Criterion, LLC is pleased to announce their relocation to 2456 Christian Street, White River Junction, Vermont.
Henry Lunde, president of Vermont’s Stowe Mountain Resort, was awarded the Sherman Adams Award at the National Ski Areas Assocation (NSAA) National Convention and Trade Show in Savannah, Ga. The award is presented annually to an individual from an Eastern ski area that has significantly influenced the industry. It’s named after the former governor of New Hampshire who was also the founder of Loon Mountain
Lesli R. Bell, PT, CLT-LANA, owner of Timberlane Physical Therapy, received an Outstanding Achievement Award at the spring meeting of the Vermont Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association. Bell was recognized for her work as a caregiver and advocate for women with breast and truncal lymphedema, a condition that frequently develops as a result of breast cancer diagnosis and treatment procedures.
The recipients of the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) Awards of Excellence were announced on Saturday, April 24 during the 26th annual conference of the IACP in Baltimore, Maryland at the Baltimore Convention Center.
Sheree W. Mitchell, who opened her first Columbus, Georgia-based day care center from scratch with the help of a U.S. Small Business Administration-backed loan in 1989, and has grown her business into a $5 million per year enterprise, was named National Small Business Person of the Year during ceremonies today at SBA Expo '04, the agency's three-day conference celebrating National Small Business Week.